Science C25: Listening In


Award-winning video and lesson investigations for young children on the topic of sound

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Video and lesson investigations on the topic of sound. Key concepts include:

  • Sound can tell us and other animals what is going on. Sounds can act as warnings.
  • Sound is used when animals communicate with each other Sound can act as a signal.
  • Sometimes the sound can symbolize a message of safety, or of danger. Many animals can interpret sound messages from humans.
  • Some animals rely on sound to warn them of danger.
  • Others use sound to locate their prey
  • Animals that live in the depths of the ocean cannot use either their eyes or their noses to gather much information.
  • Hearing must fill the gap.
  • For example, whales and dolphins force air past valves and flaps to produce clicks, moans and whistles as they communicate with others of their species.
  • Bats use the echoes of sounds from objects to navigate.


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